How bright is TOO bright for a candling light?

oregonkat

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I have an Incu bright light for candling that puts out 250 lumens, it's pretty good but my BCM eggs are hard to see. If I were to use something that puts out 1000 lumens, would this be detrimental to the chick? Could their eyeballs be damaged?
 

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Have no fear. No harm will be done.
My temptation is of course to crack a silly joke, but I don't know you, so I do answer your concern genuinely. :)
WISHING YOU BEST,,,,,,,,, :thumbsup
 

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I have an Incu bright light for candling that puts out 250 lumens, it's pretty good but my BCM eggs are hard to see. If I were to use something that puts out 1000 lumens, would this be detrimental to the chick? Could their eyeballs be damaged?
Nope. Crank up that floodlight!
 

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